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Mass communication and American social thought : key texts, 1919-1968

Author: John Durham Peters; Peter Simonson
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2004.
Series: Critical media studies.
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Mass communication and American social thought.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2004
(OCoLC)607590676
Online version:
Mass communication and American social thought.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2004
(OCoLC)608127957
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Durham Peters; Peter Simonson
ISBN: 0742528383 9780742528383 0742528391 9780742528390
OCLC Number: 54374652
Description: xv, 530 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part I : From Hope to Disillusionment : Mass Communication Theory Coalesces, 1919-1933. The Process of Social Change (1897) / Charles Horton Cooley --
"The House of Dreams," from The Spirit of Youth and the City Streets (1909) / Jane Addams --
Excerpt from Winesburg, Ohio (1919) / Sherwood Anderson --
Excerpt from Introduction to the Science of Sociology (1921) / Robert E. Park & Ernest W. Burgess --
"Nature, communication, and meaning," from Experience and Nature (1925) / John Dewey --
"The disenchanted man," from The Phantom Public (1925) / Walter Lippmann --
Criteria of Negro Art (1926) / W.E.B. Du Bois --
"The Results of Propaganda," from Propaganda Technique in the World War (1927) / Harold Dwight Lasswell --
Manipulating public opinion : the why and the how (1928) / Edward Bernays --
Excerpt from Middletown : A Study in Contemporary American Culture (1929) / Robert S. Lynd & Helen M. Lynd --
"Communication," from Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences (1930) / Edward Sapir. Part II : The World in Turmoil : Communications Research 1933-1948. "Conclusion," from Movies and Conduct (1933) / Herbert Blumer --
"The integration of communication," from Communication Agencies and Social Life (1933) / Malcolm Willey & Stuart Rice --
"Toward a Critique of Negro Music," from Opportunity (1934) / Alain Locke --
Excerpt from Techniques and Civilization (1934) / Lewis Mumford --
"The Business Nobody Knows," from Our Master's Voice (1934) / James Rorty --
"The Influence of Radio upon Mental and Social Life," from The Psychology of Radio (1935) / Hadley Cantril & Gordon Allport --
"Foreword," from Public Opinion Quarterly (1937) / Editors of Public Opinion Quarterly --
"Human Interest Stories and Democracy," from Public Opinion Quarterly (1937) / Helen MacGill Hughes --
Excerpt from The Fine Art of Propaganda (1939) / Alfred McLung Lee & Elizabeth Briant Lee --
"A Powerful, Bold, and Unmeasurable Party?," from The Pulse of Democracy (1940) / George Gallup & Saul Rae --
"Democracy in Reverse," from Public Opinion Quarterly (1940) / Robert Lynd --
"Needed Research in Communication," from the Rockefeller Archives (1940) / Lyman Bryson [and others] --
"On Borrowed Experience : an analysis of listening to daytime sketches," from Studies in Philosophy and Social Science (1941) / Herta Herzog --
"Art and Mass Culture," from Studies in philosophy and social science (1941) / Max Horkheimer --
"Administrative and Critical Communications Research," from Studies in Philosophy and Social Science (1941) / Paul F. Lazarsfeld --
"The Popular Music Industry," from Radio Research 1941 (1942) / Duncan MacDougald --
Excerpt from Dialectic of Enlightenment (1944) / Max Horkheimer & Theodor Adorno --
"Nazi propaganda and violence," from German Radio Propaganda (1944) / Ernst Kris & Hans Speier --
"Biographies in Popular Magazines," from Radio Research 1942-43 (1944) / Leo Lowenthal --
"The Negro press," from An American Dilemma : The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy (1944) / Gunnar Myrdal --
"A Social Critique of Radio Music," from The Kenyon Review (1945) / Theodor W. Adorno --
"The social and cultural context," from Mass Persuasion (1946) / Robert K. Merton --
"The Requirements," from A Free and Responsible Press (1947) / The Hutchins Commission --
"Mass media," from UNESCO : Its Philosophy and Purpose (1947) / Julian Sorrell Huxley --
"The Enormous Radio," from The enormous radio and other stories (1947) / John Cheever --
"Mass Communication, Popular Taste, and Organized Social Action," from The Communication of Ideas (1948) / Paul F. Lazarsfeld & Robert K. Merton --
Table from "Communication Research and the Social Psychologist," from Current Trends in Social Psychology (1948) / Paul F. Lazarsfeld --
"Information, Language, and Society," from Cybernetics or Control and Communication in the Animal (1948) / Norbert Wiener --
"Consensus and Mass Communication," from American Sociological Review (1948) / Louis Wirth --
"What Missing the Newspaper Means," from Communications Research (1949) / Bernard Berelson. "Industrialism and Cultural Values," from The Bias of Communication (1950) / Harold Innis --
"Emerging from Magic," from Hollywood : The Dream Factory (1950) / Hortense Powdermaker --
"Storytellers as Tutors in Technique," from The Lonely Crowd (1950) / David Riesman, Nathan Glazer, & Reuel Denney --
Our Next Frontier : Transoceanic TV," from Look (1950) / David Sarnoff --
"Communication in the Sovietized State, as Demonstrated in Korea," from Public Opinion Quarterly (1951) / Wilbur Schramm & John W. Riley --
"The Consumer's Stake in Radio and Television," from Quarterly of Film, Radio and Television (1951) / Dallas Smythe --
"The Unique Perspective of Television and its effect : a pilot study," from American Sociological Review (1952) / Kurt Lang & Gladys Engel Lang --
"Technology and Political Change," from International Journal (1952) / Marshall McLuhan --
"A Theory of Mass Culture," from Diogenes (1953) / Dwight Macdonald --
"Sight, Sound, and Fury," from Commonweal (1954) / Marshall McLuhan --
"Between Media and Mass," from Personal Influence (1955) / Elihu Katz & Paul F. Lazarsfeld --
"The Theory of Mass Society : A Critique," from Commentary 22 (1956) / Daniel Bell --
"Mass Communication and Para-Social Interaction : Observations on Intimacy at a Distance," from Psychiatry (1956) / Donald Horton & R. Richard Wohl --
"The Mass Society," from The Power Elite (1956) / C. Wright Mills --
"FDR and the White House Mail," Public Opinion Quarterly (1956) / Leila A. Sussmann --
"Notes on a Natural History of Fads," from American Journal of Sociology (1957) / Rolf Meyersohn & Elihu Katz --
"Mass Communication and Socio-Cultural Integration," from Social Forces (1958) / Warren Breed --
"Modernizing styles of life : a theory," from The Passing of Traditional Society (1958) / Daniel Lerner --
"The Social-Anatomy of the Romance-Confession Cover Girl," from Journalism Quarterly (1959) / George Gerbner --
"The State of Communication Research," from Public Opinion Quarterly (1959) / Bernard Berelson --
"The State of Communication Research : Comments," from Public Opinion Quarterly (1959) / Wilbur Schramm, David Riesman, & Raymond Bauer --
"What is Mass Communication," from Mass Communication : A Sociological Perspective (1959) / Charles Wright --
"Social Theory and Mass Media," from Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science (1961) / Thelma McCormack --
Television and the Public Interest (1961) / Newton Minow --
"The Kennedy Assassination and the Nature of Political Commitment," from Public Opinion Quarterly (1965) / Sidney Verba --
"TV Overseas : The U.S. Hard Sell," from The Nation (1966) / Herbert Schiller --
"Aggressive in Advanced Industrial Societies," from Negations (1968) / Herbert Marcuse --
Afterword and achknowledgments --
Other readers and historical collections in American mass communication study and related subjects --
Suggested films --
Select supplementary reading list --
The intellectual history of North American media studies, 1919-1968 : a selected bibliography (including works cited in interpretive essays).
Series Title: Critical media studies.
Responsibility: edited by John Durham Peters and Peter Simonson.
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